Security has tightened at nightclubs, and volunteers work with the Police to protect the most vulnerable youngsters as well as the homeless.
Posts Tagged: Suffolk
A recent Conservative conference for the area found eagerness to discuss radical policies and to embrace innovative campaigning techniques. An encouraging sign for the local elections.
Publishing the data on spending and staffing would enable a full and frank debate about any reforms needed,
They duplicate much of the consumer champion work done by the Patients Association.
Little was achieved beyond inter-authority squabbling over priorities and endless consultants’ reports. The Local Enterprise Partnerships are much better.
Councils, schools, and the police need to work together.
Last year a council Chief Executive received an eight per cent rise, taking her salary to £170,000 – whilst most of her staff were stuck with the basic one per cent
Andrew Kennedy: County or city-wide Association groupings with experienced agents in charge. My plan to salvage the voluntary party.
The Party has collectively failed to modernise its campaigning, with the result that we saw on June 8. This needs radical reform if it is not to collapse completely.
They provide much better value for money than Labour’s unwieldy Regional Development Agencies managed.
There needs to be transparency over the borrowing that is being undertaken.
We can be proud of our record.
Suffolk residents deserve better value for money.
Coastal erosion threatens the site of the world’s first operational radar station.
The art treasures must be put on display.
A Head Teacher had to buying independent behaviour support, education psychology and speech and language therapists, because local authority provision was so poor.